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Cyber Guard


An Overview

The Cyber Guard Group is a group of experts such as Academicians, Bureaucrats, Cyber Lawyers, Cyber Police, Psychiatrists, and enthusiasts of Cyber Safety, Public Policy, Internet Ethics, and Digital Wellbeing to make the digital environment safer for users.

The group aims to be the leader in promoting digital safety and wellbeing. Therefore, it makes certain essential efforts towards achieving an ecosystem, where individuals and communities in general can navigate the digital world safely and securely.


The following initiatives are carefully designed and executed by our team of intellectuals, both internal and external, who specialises in the fields of Internet Ethics and Digital Wellbeing:

  • Research on Social Engineering Crimes: Conducting comprehensive research into various types of social engineering crimes by analysing general and psychological patterns, and tactics of such crimes to develop effective and efficient out-reach programs, including educational strategies.
  • Digital Wellbeing Content Creation: Dissemination of contents specifically curated for educational institutions and corporates to improve digital wellbeing. It includes guidelines, best practices, and strategies to support a healthy digital space.
  • Development of OSINT-Based Applications: Develop Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools to gather and analyse publicly available data for enhancing digital safety measures.
  • Digital Wellbeing Kits: Develop downloadable digital wellbeing kits for individuals to manage their digital activities. It includes relevant measures for reducing the risks associated with using digital devices excessively and navigating around widely prevalent social engineering crimes.
  • Research and Content Creation: Develop digital safety guides for women and children, strategies for combating smartphone addiction, and the development of a standard clinical scale for assessing smartphone addiction, providing valuable guidance on navigating digital challenges.
  • Toll-Free Support Number: By December 2024, we plan to establish a toll-free support number to provide immediate assistance to individuals seeking help with digital safety concerns. 
  • Development of Mobile Applications: Develop iOS and Android mobile applications focusing on enhancing digital safety, ethics, wellbeing, and managing their digital presence safely, effectively, and efficiently.
  • Collaboration for Public Policy Initiatives: Seek guidance from the Cyber Guard team and engage in public policy initiatives to shape a safer digital ecosystem for all users.

To fulfil the objectives outlined above, contributions by members need to be structured around multiple key areas, with requirements such as specific skills, resources, and identification of multiple levels at which there is a need of involvement. Following is a breakdown of how members can contribute to achieving such objectives:

  1. Research and Analysis
    • Contribute Expertise: Members with backgrounds in psychology, cybersecurity, data analysis, or social sciences can contribute their expertise to research on social engineering crimes and the development of the clinical scale for smartphone addiction.
    • Data Collection and Analysis: Members can participate in gathering data using OSINT tools and analysing social media trends, behaviours, and crime patterns.
  1. Content Creation and Dissemination
    • Develop Educational Material: People with experience in educational content creation, graphic design, or digital marketing can help in crafting digital wellbeing content and visual aids.
    • Outreach and Engagement: Members can assist in disseminating digital wellbeing kits and content through multiple channels to reach educational institutions, corporations, and general public.
  1. Technology Development
    • App Development: Members with skills in iOS and Android development can contribute to the creation of mobile applications focused on digital safety and wellbeing.
    • Technical Support and Maintenance: IT professionals and software engineers can offer support in maintaining the toll-free support number and ensuring the smooth functioning of the developed applications.
  1. Support and Guidance
    • Operational Support: Volunteers or members with experience in customer service can contribute to managing the toll-free support line, providing immediate assistance and guidance to callers.
    • Wellbeing Guidance: Professionals in psychology, counselling, or digital wellbeing can offer their expertise to guide content creation and support services.
  1. Collaboration and Advocacy
    • Policy Advocacy: Members with experience in public policy, law, or advocacy can engage in public policy initiatives and collaborate with the Cyber Guard team to advocate for safer digital environments.
    • Community Engagement: Members can lead workshops, seminars, and discussion groups within communities, schools, and corporations to raise awareness and educate on digital wellbeing.
  1. Resource Allocation and Fundraising
    • Fundraising and Sponsorships: Members having skills in fundraising, or connections with potential sponsors may help secure funding for research projects, content creation, technology development, and operational costs.
    • Resource Management: Members with experience in project management or finance can assist in allocating resources efficiently across projects and initiatives.


For members to contribute to these objectives, they should align their skills and interests with specific tasks and projects. Regular meetings, workshops, and training sessions can ensure members are well-equipped and informed about their roles and contributions. Moreover, creating specialised teams or working groups for each objective may streamline efforts and enhance collaboration.